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Effects of Social Media Comments on Attitude toward Vaccines: The Roles of Perceived Public Consensus and Perceived Vaccine Efficacy Jeong-Yeob Han, Hanyoung Kim & Youngji Seo

Abstract: This study investigated if and how exposure to Facebook comments about vaccines influences one’s attitude toward the vaccines. In this investigation, comments were examined in light of their effect […]

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Jeong-Yeob Han has won the 2019 Enzaim Best Article Award Jeong-Yeob Han

Jeong-Yeob Han has won the 2019 Enzaim Best Article Award from Korea Health Communication Association (KHCA), in recognition of the article published in the journal Health Communication Research:  “Co-presence in Gamified […]

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Fighting the tide: How U.S. health organizations use Twitter to address the opioid crisis. Hyoyeun Jun, Youngji Seo, Andrea Briscoe & Bartosz Wojdynski

Abstract: This content analysis evaluated tweets about the opioid epidemic published in 2018 by U.S. federal and state health organizations to find out what components of both textual and visual […]

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Opening the Minds’ Eye: The Pivotal Role of Sympathy in Depression Coverage Effectiveness Yan Jin

Abstract: Depression is one of the most severe health threats to the college student population. Depression communication plays an essential role in reducing stigma and discrimination against sufferers. However, the […]

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A Social Networks Approach to Understanding Vaccine Conversations on Twitter: Network Clusters, Sentiment, and Certainty in HPV Social Networks Itai Himelboim

Abstract: Individuals increasingly rely on the Internet, and social media in particular, for health-related information. A recent survey reports that 80% of Internet users search for health information online. In […]

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